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Wisconsin: Woman Brings Live Kangaroo Into McDonald’s

Kangaroo - image uturncrossfit.com
Kangaroo – image uturncrossfit.com

As Paul Hogan used to say, (from Wiki) “I’ll slip an extra shrimp on the barbie for you”. we see this story out of Beaver Dam Wisconsin. A women brought a live roo to a McDonald’s, a kangaroo mate!

We first wonder if she was from Wisconsin or Australia? If she was from down under, she must of taken the wrong turn in Poughkeepsie. If she is from Wisconsin, where did she get a live kangaroo? We also wonder, why did this happen in Beaver Dam? Was this really a stunt from a reality T V Show? Continue reading Wisconsin: Woman Brings Live Kangaroo Into McDonald’s

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Michigan Mittens

No, this is not a story about the mitten war between Michigan and Wisconsin. Remember the stories from 2011? Link.

It’s still winter and we have to ask, do you have a pair of Michigan mittens. A great gift or just a great way to keep your hands warm.

Why not buy a pair. Continue reading Michigan Mittens

Prison Time For Spitting Into Snack Wrap

court hammerPaying time for doing the crime.

Prison ordered for man who spit in officer’s food

November 18, 2013
The Daily News
By NIKKI YOUNK Staff Writer

IRON MOUNTAIN – A former McDonald’s worker will spend a minimum of 29 months in prison for an August 2012 incident in which he spit into a snack wrap and served it to a uniformed police officer.

Dalton Ursulean, 24, of Niagara, Wis. was sentenced Monday in Dickinson County Circuit Court on one felony count of placing harmful objects in food.

The maximum penalty for the charge is usually 10 years in prison, but Ursulean’s habitual offender status increases the maximum penalty in this case to 20 years in prison.

During the sentencing hearing, attorneys for the prosecution and defense informed the court that Ursulean has tested positive for the infectious disease hepatitis C. The victim, who is an officer with the Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center, has tested negative for the disease, they added.

Ursulean’s attorney Geoffrey Sparks emphasized that his client was unaware of his infection until recently.

“He had no idea until the blood tests came back,” he said. “He was very alarmed when he found out about it.”

Sparks added that Ursulean now recognizes that his actions were “dumb and disgusting.”

Read more at The Iron Mountain Daily News.

Bear Fan (Husband) Tazers Packer Fan (Wife) Video

image from blogs.buffalonews.com
image from blogs.buffalonews.com

Video has surfaced after a man was arrested for using a tazer on his wife after losing a bet between the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears.

The 42 year old man was arrested for possession of the tazer. The wife, a Packer fan was tazered by her husband, a Bear fan after the Packer loss.

Man Tases His Wife over Packers vs Bears Bet

Niagara Man Pleads No Contest In Food-spiting Incident

court hammerNot a good thing.

Niagara man pleads in food-spit incident
October 2, 2013
The Daily News

IRON MOUNTAIN – A Niagara, Wis man accused of spitting into food that he served to a uniformed police officer has accepted a plea deal.

Dalton Ursulean, 24, pleaded no contest to one felony count of placing harmful objects in food during a re-arraignment in Dickinson County Circuit Court on Tuesday.

Pursuant to the agreement reached by the prosecution and the defense, Ursulean’s habitual offender-fourth status was reduced to habitual offender-third.

Ursulean has previous felony convictions for resisting and obstructing a police officer and delivery of Vicodin.

Read more at The Iron Mountain Daily News.

Green Bay Fox Valley Storm Damage Storied 8/7/13

From WBAY 2 web site
From WBAY 2 web site

WUPN – Storm damage reports and stories.

From WFRV 5

From Fox 11 WLUK

Widespread storm damage in Wrightstown

  1. Building collapses in Greenleaf
  2. Power outages throughout the area 56 min ago
  3. Brown County storm damage

From WBAY 2

UPDATE: Overnight Storms Cause Widespread Damage

Outagamie County Hit Hard by Storm

Fugitive Waupun Police Officer Arrested In Burnett County

Police_LightsWUPN – An arrest was made of a Waupun police officer in Burnett County.

Wisconsin: Fugitive Waupun officer arrested in Burnett County
Associated Press
POSTED: 08/06/2013 12:01:00 AM CDT

A Waupun police officer suspected of burglarizing a restaurant in eastern Wisconsin, leading officers on a chase and stealing two vehicles was arrested Tuesday evening in northwestern Wisconsin’s Burnett County.

A statement from Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said Waupun police Lt. Bradley J. Young was arrested without incident at 5:10 p.m. and was being held in the Burnett County Jail on suspicion of burglary.

WEAU-TV quoted Fitzgerald as saying Young surrendered after a SWAT team surrounded him at a residence 10 miles west of Spooner.

According to WQOW-TV, the sheriff said that Young, 43, was aware authorities had him surrounded, so he called 911 and said he wanted to turn himself in. Officers found him sitting on the steps of a cabin he had allegedly broken into earlier. A car he allegedly stole in Rice Lake was found nearby.

Read more at the Twin Cities.com

Green Bay Police Officers Hurt In Car Chase

police-lightsUPDATE: Two Green Bay police officers hurt in pursuit

Saturday, July 20, 2013 4:59 a.m. CDT

GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) – A police pursuit in Green Bay has left two officers hurt after two squad cars they were in was rammed by a suspect.

It all started around 12 a.m. Saturday when police tried to make a traffic stop on the city’s east side.

The vehicle with a 21-year-old male driver refused to pull over. A short pursuit began at that point. However, officers halted the chase for safety reasons.

A short time later, cops found the driver near Main St. and Monroe Ave.

The vehicle rammed into a squad car and a chase ensued.

Read more at 1360 WTAQ.

Ishpeming Police Rescue Two Women Allegedly Held Captive

Police_LightsWUPN – Two women were release from the Marquette hospital after being allegedly held and tortured in an Ishpeming business building.

The story from The Upper Michigans Source.

Police rescue two women allegedly held captive and tortured in Ishpeming
by Ty Czarnopis
Posted: 07.03.2013 at 3:27 PMUpdated: 07.04.2013 at 5:10 P

ISHPEMING — Two women were rescued by the Ishpeming Police on Tuesday after being held captive at a local business.

According to the Ishpeming Police Department, one of the women was able to get to a cell phone and contact 911. Two men were allegedly holding the women captive at The Martial Way on Cleveland Avenue.

Two police officers responded at 6:35 a.m. on Tuesday morning, locating the two women held captive in the basement. They were allegedly held against their will for over four hours.

The Ishpeming police reported that the women were physically assaulted and bound with duct tape to support posts in the basement. The police arrested the two men at the scene without incident and they were taken to the Marquette County Jail. They have been identified as 43-year-old Jason David Sadowski, the business owner, and 65-year-old Charles Leroy Cope.

According to The Mining Journal, the two women, ages 44 and 30, met Sadowski at a bar and agreed to accompany him. Police say that Sadowski later asked one woman to kill the other.

Read more at The Upper Michigans Source.

Slain Wisconsin Police Officer Finally Honored

The male lion statue at the National Law Enfor...
The male lion statue at the National Law Enforment Memorial in Washington, D.C (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This is the right decision.

Wisconsin Police Officer to Be Honored in Memorial
By DINESH RAMDE Associated Press
MILWAUKEE April 3, 2013 (AP)

A nonprofit group voted unanimously Wednesday to add the name of a Milwaukee-area police officer to a national memorial honoring officers killed in the line of duty.

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund agreed to add Wauwatosa police Officer Jennifer Sebena to the memorial in Washington, D.C., following pressure from state lawmakers, police and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. The 30-year-old officer was shot in the head multiple times as she conducted a routine solo patrol in the pre-dawn hours of Christmas Eve.

The group had previously excluded Sebena because her husband is the suspect in the shooting, meaning her death could be classified as a case of domestic violence. Walker, the Wisconsin Professional Police Association and more than 16,000 signatures on an online petition helped persuade the group to reverse its decision, said WPPA spokesman Jim Palmer, who cast one of the 15 votes.

“This is obviously the right result,” Palmer said.

Read more at ABC News. Source, Google News.

This should of never been questioned to begin with.

What do you think?

Wisconsin Flags Half-staff 12/29/12 For Police Officer Jennifer Sebena

American afternoon Half Staff (1/17/09)
American afternoon Half Staff (1/17/09) (Photo credit: SoulRider.222)

EXECUTIVE ORDER #94 – Flags lowered to half-staff Saturday, December 29, 2012 in Wisconsin as a Mark of Respect for Police Officer Jennifer Sebena of the Wauwatosa Police Department

December 29, 2012

Flags at Wisconsin National Guard armories, air bases and other facilities across the state will fly at half-staff Saturday (December 29, 2012) as a Mark of Respect for Police Officer Jennifer Sebena of the Wauwatosa Police Department. The Guard will render these honors in accordance with an executive order issued by Gov. Scott Walker.

Executive Order 94:
Mark of Respect for Police Officer Jennifer Sebena of the Wauwatosa Police Department


Visitors To Detroit, Enter At Your Own Risk

Detroit skyline
Detroit skyline (Photo credit: Bernt Rostad)

Looks like Pure Michigan has some work to do for tourism in Detroit.

Enter At Your Own Risk: Police Union Says ‘War-Like’ Detroit Is Unsafe For Visitors
October 6, 2012 11:57 AM

DETROIT (WWJ) – The men and women of the Detroit Police Department believe the city is too dangerous to enter, and they want citizens to know it.

Detroit Police Officer Association (DPOA) Attorney Donato Iorio said officers are holding the “Enter At Your Own Risk” rally at 3:30 p.m. Saturday in front of Comerica Park to remind the public that the officers are overworked, understaffed, and at times, fearful for their lives.

“Detroit is America’s most violent city, its homicide rate is the highest in the country and yet the Detroit Police Department is grossly understaffed,” Iorio told WWJ’s Kathryn Larson. “The DPOA believes that there is a war in Detroit, but there should be a war on crime, not a war on its officers.”

Read more at CBS Detroit.

Will this happen to all liberal left leaning cities of this country in the future? We doubt this would happen in Texas. Maybe Eddie Murphy needs to go back to Detroit.

Drudge Headlines For Wisconsin Sikh Shooting


From Drudge.
OAK CREEK, WI - AUGUST 5:  A unmanned police r...
OAK CREEK, WI – AUGUST 5: A unmanned police robot moves in to position as SWAT officers surround the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin where at least one gunman fired upon people at a service August, 5, 2012 Oak Creek, Wisconsin. At least six people were killed when a shooter, who was later shot dead by a police officer, opened fire on congregants in the Milwaukee suburb. (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)

Angels Seen At Flight 93 Crash

Ex-FBI Employee Claims She Saw Angels at Flight 93

English: Recovery of one of the engines from t...
English: Recovery of one of the engines from the crash site of United Airlines Flight 93. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

By JOE MANDAK Associated Press
PITTSBURGH July 3, 2012 (AP)
A former police officer who retired from the FBI due to post-traumatic stress disorder linked to her role in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terror attacks has written a book about seeing legions of angels guarding the Pennsylvania site where a hijacked airliner crashed.

Lillie Leonardi served as a liaison between law enforcement and the families of the passengers and crew members killed in the United Airlines Flight 93 crash. She arrived on the scene about three hours after the crash.

Although Leonardi’s book, “In the Shadow of a Badge: A Spiritual Memoir,” centers on her vision of angels, she argues her life has been changed more by what she didn’t see that day.

“The biggest thing for me is that that there were no bodies,” she said.

Read more at ABC News.

Houston Women Jailed For Warning Speeders

Pedestrian thrown in jail for 12 hours for holding up sign warning drivers about police speed trap

English: Texas using a laser speed detection gun.
English: Texas using a laser speed detection gun. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A woman in Houston, Texas, was arrested and jailed for 12 hours after she held up a make-shift sign to warn drivers about a speed trap.
Natalie Plummer was officially charged with walking in the roadway — jaywalking, essentially — though she says the police officers who arrested her were just angry that she had tipped off speeders.
Miss Plummer was riding her bicycle along a road near downtown Houston on Thursday when she spotted police officers pulling drivers over.
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Trouble ahead: Natalie Plummer spotted a speed trap near downtown Houston, Texas, and decided to warn drivers about it

Stop ahead: Miss Plummer wrote the warning on a piece of a grocery bag that she was carrying home on her bicycle
She told KTRK that it looked like the officers were targeting cars at random, so she recorded some the activity on her cell phone.
Then, she said, she turned around and wrote ‘Speed Trap!!’ in large letters on a piece of grocery bag to warn oncoming traffic.

Read more at The Daily Mail 

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